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Hdl Handle:
http://hdl.handle.net/10755/203168
Type:
Presentation
Title:
Incorporating Evidence-Based Practice Into a New Curriculum
Abstract:
(Summer Institute) The benefits in incorporating evidence-based practices (EBP) into a new curriculum can be supported by implementing and threading its concept throughout the nursing program. Instruction will begin by exploring the history and development of EBP with the students, followed by the explanation and identification of sacred cows. After presenting an EBP research article of interest to the class, the students will discuss the potential roadblocks and barriers to implementing changes. The ability to recognize weaknesses in current nursing practices will enable the student to visualize the importance of incorporating EBP into patient care. Identifying challenges to the implementation of change will allow the students to anticipate resistance and formulate plans to overcome these hurdles. After the exploration of the EBP process, the students will complete a critique of a nurse driven research article to understand the importance of establishing the validity of literature. This critique will include identifying the strengths and weaknesses, data collection methods, limitations and implications for nursing. The students will then set-up their own EBP research project using other research articles to support their topic. The student will use the PICO format to present a question, and then the student will create a tool and anticipate the outcomes of the proposed research project. Bibliography: Ackley, B.J., Ladwig, G. B., Tucker, S. J. & Swan, B. A. (2008). Evidence-Based Nursing Care Guidelines: Medical-Surgical Interventions. St. Louis, Missouri. Mosby-Elsevier. Anderson, R., & Kerfoot, K. (2009). The time has come for evidence-based staffing and scheduling. Nursing Economics, 27(5), 277-279. Armola, R. R., Bourgault, A. M., Halm, M. A., Board, R. M., Bucher, L., & Harrington, L. et al. (2009). AACN levels of evidence: What’s new? Critical Care Nurse, 29(4), 70-73. Bliss-Holtz, J. (2007). Evidence-based practice: A primer for action. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 30(4), 165-182. Braccia, D. (2009). Get evidence-based practice resources online. ONS Connect, 24(4), 16. Cader, R., Derbyshire, J., Smith, A.G., Gannon-Leary, P., & Walton, G. (2005). In search of evidence: A small scale study exploring how student nurses’ accessed information for a health needs assignment. Nurse Education Today. Elsevier. Crimlisk, J. T., Johnstone, D. J., & Sanchez, G. M. (2009). Evidence-based practice, clinical simulations workshop, and intravenous medications: Moving toward safer practice. MEDSURG Nursing, 18(3), 153-160. DeCordova, P.B., Collins, S., Peppard, L., Currie, L.M., Hughes, R., Walsh, M., & Stone, P.W. (2008). Implementing evidence-based nursing with student nurses and clinicians: Uniting the strengths. Science Direct. Elsevier. Foster, R. L. (2009). Evidence-based practice: Identifying and measuring progress. Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing, 14(2), 77-78. Holdforth-Cleary, J., (2009). Art and Science. Evidence-based practice: improving patient outcomes. Nursing Standard. 23 (4). Ironside, P. M., & Speziale, H. S. (2006). Using evidence in education and practice: More findings from the national survey on excellence in nursing education. Nursing Education Perspectives, 27(4), 219-221. Kania-Lachance, D. M., Best, P. J., McDonah, M. R., & Ghosh, A. K. (2006). Evidence-based practice and the nurse practitioner. Nurse Practitioner, 31(10), 46-54. Kelly, E., Hunley, A.L., Wegner, J.L., Grogan, A., Walker, A., Malone, K.J., LaPerriere, M., Sucier, L., & Givrin, S. (2005). Evidence-based nursing: making changes in the clinical practice through the collaboration of nursing students and practicing nurses. Applied Nursing Research. Elsevier. 229-231. Leake, P. Y. (2004). Teaming with students an a sacred cow contest to make changes in nursing practice. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 35(6), 271-277. Leufer, T., & Cleary-Holdforth, J. (2009). Evidence-based practice: improving patient outcomes. Nursing Standard, 23(32), 35-39. Northam, S., & Lakomy, J. (2009). Promoting advanced practice APRNS’ buy-in for evidence based practice. Internet Journal of Advanced Nursing Practice, 10(1), 1-3. Rauen, C. A., Chulay, M., Bridges, E., Vollman, K. M., & Arbour, R. (2008). Seven evidence-based practice habits: Putting some sacred cows out to pasture. Critical Care Nurse, 28(2), 98-124. Simpson, R. L. (2004). Evidence-based nursing offers certainty in the uncertain world of healthcare. Nursing Management, 35(10), 10-11. Smith-Strom, H. & Nortvedt, M.W., (2008). Evaluation of Evidence-Based Methods Used to Teach Nursing Students to Critically Appraise Evidence. Journal of Nursing Education. Stone, C., Rowles, C.J. (2007). Nursing students can help support evidence-based practice on clinical nursing units. Journal of Nursing Management. 15. 367-370. Tanner, C. (2008). Clinical Judgement and Evidence-Based Practice: Toward Pedagogies of Integration. Journal of Nursing Education. 335-336. Wurmser, T. (2007). Turn theory into reality. Nursing Management, 38(8), 12-14. [© Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice, 2011. http://www.acestar.uthscsa.edu]
Keywords:
Evidence-Based Practice; Curriculum
Repository Posting Date:
16-Jan-2012
Date of Publication:
3-Jan-2012
Sponsors:
UTHSCSA Summer Institute

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dc.typePresentationen_GB
dc.titleIncorporating Evidence-Based Practice Into a New Curriculumen_GB
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10755/203168-
dc.description.abstract(Summer Institute) The benefits in incorporating evidence-based practices (EBP) into a new curriculum can be supported by implementing and threading its concept throughout the nursing program. Instruction will begin by exploring the history and development of EBP with the students, followed by the explanation and identification of sacred cows. After presenting an EBP research article of interest to the class, the students will discuss the potential roadblocks and barriers to implementing changes. The ability to recognize weaknesses in current nursing practices will enable the student to visualize the importance of incorporating EBP into patient care. Identifying challenges to the implementation of change will allow the students to anticipate resistance and formulate plans to overcome these hurdles. After the exploration of the EBP process, the students will complete a critique of a nurse driven research article to understand the importance of establishing the validity of literature. This critique will include identifying the strengths and weaknesses, data collection methods, limitations and implications for nursing. The students will then set-up their own EBP research project using other research articles to support their topic. The student will use the PICO format to present a question, and then the student will create a tool and anticipate the outcomes of the proposed research project. Bibliography: Ackley, B.J., Ladwig, G. B., Tucker, S. J. & Swan, B. A. (2008). Evidence-Based Nursing Care Guidelines: Medical-Surgical Interventions. St. Louis, Missouri. Mosby-Elsevier. Anderson, R., & Kerfoot, K. (2009). The time has come for evidence-based staffing and scheduling. Nursing Economics, 27(5), 277-279. Armola, R. R., Bourgault, A. M., Halm, M. A., Board, R. M., Bucher, L., & Harrington, L. et al. (2009). AACN levels of evidence: What’s new? Critical Care Nurse, 29(4), 70-73. Bliss-Holtz, J. (2007). Evidence-based practice: A primer for action. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 30(4), 165-182. Braccia, D. (2009). Get evidence-based practice resources online. ONS Connect, 24(4), 16. Cader, R., Derbyshire, J., Smith, A.G., Gannon-Leary, P., & Walton, G. (2005). In search of evidence: A small scale study exploring how student nurses’ accessed information for a health needs assignment. Nurse Education Today. Elsevier. Crimlisk, J. T., Johnstone, D. J., & Sanchez, G. M. (2009). Evidence-based practice, clinical simulations workshop, and intravenous medications: Moving toward safer practice. MEDSURG Nursing, 18(3), 153-160. DeCordova, P.B., Collins, S., Peppard, L., Currie, L.M., Hughes, R., Walsh, M., & Stone, P.W. (2008). Implementing evidence-based nursing with student nurses and clinicians: Uniting the strengths. Science Direct. Elsevier. Foster, R. L. (2009). Evidence-based practice: Identifying and measuring progress. Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing, 14(2), 77-78. Holdforth-Cleary, J., (2009). Art and Science. Evidence-based practice: improving patient outcomes. Nursing Standard. 23 (4). Ironside, P. M., & Speziale, H. S. (2006). Using evidence in education and practice: More findings from the national survey on excellence in nursing education. Nursing Education Perspectives, 27(4), 219-221. Kania-Lachance, D. M., Best, P. J., McDonah, M. R., & Ghosh, A. K. (2006). Evidence-based practice and the nurse practitioner. Nurse Practitioner, 31(10), 46-54. Kelly, E., Hunley, A.L., Wegner, J.L., Grogan, A., Walker, A., Malone, K.J., LaPerriere, M., Sucier, L., & Givrin, S. (2005). Evidence-based nursing: making changes in the clinical practice through the collaboration of nursing students and practicing nurses. Applied Nursing Research. Elsevier. 229-231. Leake, P. Y. (2004). Teaming with students an a sacred cow contest to make changes in nursing practice. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 35(6), 271-277. Leufer, T., & Cleary-Holdforth, J. (2009). Evidence-based practice: improving patient outcomes. Nursing Standard, 23(32), 35-39. Northam, S., & Lakomy, J. (2009). Promoting advanced practice APRNS’ buy-in for evidence based practice. Internet Journal of Advanced Nursing Practice, 10(1), 1-3. Rauen, C. A., Chulay, M., Bridges, E., Vollman, K. M., & Arbour, R. (2008). Seven evidence-based practice habits: Putting some sacred cows out to pasture. Critical Care Nurse, 28(2), 98-124. Simpson, R. L. (2004). Evidence-based nursing offers certainty in the uncertain world of healthcare. Nursing Management, 35(10), 10-11. Smith-Strom, H. & Nortvedt, M.W., (2008). Evaluation of Evidence-Based Methods Used to Teach Nursing Students to Critically Appraise Evidence. Journal of Nursing Education. Stone, C., Rowles, C.J. (2007). Nursing students can help support evidence-based practice on clinical nursing units. Journal of Nursing Management. 15. 367-370. Tanner, C. (2008). Clinical Judgement and Evidence-Based Practice: Toward Pedagogies of Integration. Journal of Nursing Education. 335-336. Wurmser, T. (2007). Turn theory into reality. Nursing Management, 38(8), 12-14. [© Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice, 2011. http://www.acestar.uthscsa.edu]en_GB
dc.subjectEvidence-Based Practiceen_GB
dc.subjectCurriculumen_GB
dc.date.available2012-01-16T11:01:08Z-
dc.date.issued2012-01-03en_GB
dc.date.accessioned2012-01-16T11:01:08Z-
dc.description.sponsorshipUTHSCSA Summer Instituteen_GB
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